I am trying to make a webpage that will change a picture based on the time. I would like one picture (image2) to display between 8:23 and 2:43 Monday-Friday and another(image1) to display the rest of the time. When I open the file the web browser only displays a blank screen.
I have the two images in the same directory as the html file. Here is the code:
I want to change the background of my main div depending on the time of day. Right now this code works for two time of day, day and night but it only works on the "body" tag not on a div. How would i modify it to change a div background rather then the "body" background
I'm currently trying to code a jQuery base memory game for school. I however got one problem right now. The cards are supposed to change picture on mouseover and change back on mouse leave. However, if you click on a picture, that card isn't supposed to turn back right away. I thought I could fix this with classes, but it doesn't work. Here's a part of the code:
I have this code and when you click on the first set of them (a specific one) it copies it and then when you click on one of the other ones it pastes it but its not working properly. (If you need to you can put an other image in there)
how to get the time and date difference? given two time and date with the following format like in textbox A: 2011-05-03 17:35:47.0 and textbox B: 2011-05-03 16:35:47.0 then the output would be: 0 days, 1 hour, 0 minutes, 0 seconds
I've been working on photo gallery that can be seen here: [URL] I would like the title to change according to the picture selected. This works when you click on the thumbnail images. However, it current does not work with the drop-down menu, "back" and "next" buttons, or the automatic slide-show.
If the user clears box A, I want to clear box B. I don't want to hit a button, just change the box as soon as the user clears box A. I've attached an onclick= on box A, and created a simple script, but I don't even appear to getting into the script. Can someone provide or recommend an example that actually works that'll do this?
I'm working on a site for our radio station and want it to load a banner where you can see who the DJ is that is on. I saw code on here yesterday (actually it was from March, but I just found it yesterday and can't today) to do it, it showed two images at different times but I couldn't get it to work and don't know enough about java to add more time slots.
What I want is a function that runs on page load, ad eternum, changing the class of #foo into .bar and into .foobar alternatively, every X seconds.
I have two swf files that I use as headers on our website; one for day, one for night. I am looking for a script that will change these files depending on the time of day the user hits the site based on their computer clock.
So i'm just getting into writing jquery. it's my first scripting language and first time in the field of programing. I have a general idea of what i want to do, but not so much how to get it done. Objective: I would like to change the class of a div "ActiveSelection" to the same name as the id of a clicked link in the "catalog" ul. Here is an example of the HTML
i made this clock and for me in the UK it displays my time, however for people everywhere else in the world it displays their current time, i would like it to display GMTdate only regardless of where you live below is my code:
I have a container <div> with a link inside of it. What I need to do is change the background of the <div> and the color of the link text at the same time.I can change the color of the link when I hover over it, but not when I hover over the <div>I have columns of links and each column is the width of the longest link so there are some links with "space" to the right of the link. When that "space" is hovered over the background of the div changes but not the color of the link text.The menulinkbox is the container and there are, for example, 4 columns with 4 rows in each column. When I hover over a column + row I want the menulinkbox's background to change *and* the color of the <a> text to change.